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TAX660 Southern New Hampshire Estate Tax Considerations Discussion Paper

TAX660 Southern New Hampshire Estate Tax Considerations Discussion Paper

Question Description

9-1 Small Group Discussion: Estate Tax ConsiderationsDiscussion Topic

Task: Reply to this topic

Starts Oct 5, 2019 11:59 PM

Forthis discussion activity, your instructor will divide the class intogroups of three and assign each group member one of three estate taxplanning considerations relevant to the situation of Andy, one of theowners of Tai-Ga in the final project scenario.

After you areassigned to a group and a tax consideration by your instructor, create adiscussion post that fully addresses the assigned one of the three following estate tax planning considerations for Andy from the final project scenario:

  1. The amount of estate tax attributable to Andy’s ownership interest(assume that, because of the value of other assets owned by Andy and hiswife, 100% of the value of Andy’s Tai-Ga ownership interest will betaxable, and that Andy and his wife own the Tai-Ga interest jointly)
  2. A recommendation for methods to reduce the taxable value of the estate
  3. A recommendation for methods to structure payment of the estate taxdue after Andy passes away (assume that any payment by the purchaser ofAndy’s ownership interest in Tai-Ga will be made in equal annualpayments at an 8% interest rate over a period of 10 years.)

Be sure to do the following:

  • Provide a thorough, accurate, and appropriate analysis of all of the factors related to your assigned consideration.
  • Explain how relevant tax law and regulation apply to your consideration.
  • Justify your conclusion using credible, relevant, and scholarly resources as supporting evidence.

This is a group activity. For more information on groups, please see About Group Work.

To complete this assignment, review the Module Nine Small Group Discussion Guidelines and Rubric document.